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Opiates may be increasing in use by youths

By 0utrider · Jul 6, 2008 · ·
  1. 0utrider


  1. Orchid_Suspiria
    This is a little sad.Swim understands that young people experiment with mind altering substances but swim can't think of anything sadder than someone under 18 thats dependent on opiates.Swim started on them pretty young himself but he was over 18 atleast.
  2. cra$h
    this is why doctors aren't using the magic of opiates like they could. plus kids in school take the painkillers, and as long as it's not heroin, they're ok. this is where the logic is flawed, but people can't see themselves unbiasedly, so generation rx is fucked.
  3. Orchid_Suspiria
    But these are people that are using opiates for the wrong reasons.Just foolish kids that want something new to get fucked up on.In going with swims post about doctors not using opiates to their full potential swim should indeed be able to have a lifetime oxycontin script.
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